As a senior bilingual consultant and valued associate of McGill Buckley, Lisa Brazeau offers over 20 years of experience in public relations, strategic communications, marketing, corporate training, and group facilitation. She has been a vital team member in our projects, including national awareness campaigns for Volunteer Canada and the Canada Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Research Network.
Lisa’s exemplary project management skills, coupled with great people skills, consistently drive successful results for clients ranging from not-for-profits to associations and for-profit enterprises.
Known for her practical, tell-it-like-it-is style, complemented by a savvy understanding of organizational dynamics, Lisa excels at providing clients with thought-provoking guidance on projects requiring strategic and tactical perspectives and bringing people together.
From 2015 to early 2017, Lisa was the VP of Enterprise Marketing and Communications for the Canadian Medical Association (CMA). She challenged traditional association thinking and practices to leverage innovative and timely marketing programs and communication strategies to drive relevance by demonstrating membership value to physicians across Canada. Lisa is continuing to provide consulting services for the CMA.
In 2007, Lisa paused her busy consulting practice to become the Director of Communications and Member Outreach for the Canadian Nurses Association. Over the next seven years, she was instrumental in designing and implementing practical, effective solutions to challenges threatening the association's relevance and sustainability.
Lisa Brazeau has comprehensive corporate training experience that makes her a sought after moderator and facilitator. She is regularly asked to conduct executive spokesperson training for clients.
Lisa’s career demonstrates the diversity of her interests and experience. She provided public relations to Bell-Northern Research, directed community relations for the Ottawa Senators of the National Hockey League, and managed corporate communications at Nav Canada. Lisa has provided communication and strategic advice to many community and health-oriented organizations as a seasoned consultant.
Raised in Québec City, where she perfected her bilingual communications skills, she now lives with her husband in their restored Victorian home in Central Ontario.